T r a n s c r i p t i o n s Topics
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Transcriptions topics pages support research, teaching, and learning in the area of literature and information culture by drawing on the special expertise of a variety of faculty, graduate-students, and undergraduate developers (with students working under the supervision of faculty). Each topic page presents an overview of its topic, a database of timeline events, a database of annotated links, suggested discussion issues, a bibliography, and links to related Transcriptions courses and other topic pages. The goal is to offer relatively compact, carefully selected, and annotated guides to representative aspects of the evolving relation between literature and information.

Topics Overview
Topics Pages
Cultures of Information
Cultures of Literature
Between Cultures
Paradigms in Change
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